We already knew Red Hot Chili Peppers recruited Danger Mouse to produce their forthcoming 11th album, and now, it looks like they have enlisted another top name in the production world to mix it.

In a tweet, RHCP drummer Chad Smith revealed longtime Radiohead producer and Flea’s Atoms for Peace bandmate Nigel Godrich is currently mixing the LP. When it arrives, the still-untitled album will follow the California rockers’ 2011 full-length I'm With You. Last month, Anthony Kiedis said the band was in the “home stretch” of recording.

Godrich is also working on Radiohead’s long-awaited ninth album, and both records are expected in the very near future. Thom Yorke and company recently established a company possibly for the upcoming full-length's distribution and just announced their already sold-out world tour slated for this summer. Both Radiohead and Red Hot Chili Peppers are definitely headlining this year’s Osheaga festival in Montreal, and the two bands are reportedly topping the bill for this year’s Lollapalooza, too.

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